Mr Wells Sees Through It
Wells’s World War I bestseller, and one of his most accomplished works of fiction, Mr Britling Sees It Through (1916) is discussed; the chapter also covers Wells’s short-lived conversion to religious faith, the theology of God the Invisible King (1917) and the religious fiction of Soul of a Bishop (1917).
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